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g. 20, 1861. The Federal forces were badly whipped and cut to pieces at Springfield, and thousands are now flocking to Jackson's and McCulloch's armies. Weoth he and the Government have done wrong. They ought not to have lost that Springfield battle. Union men are very scarce here. The action of the Convention wng letter appears in the St. Louis Democrat, a Black Republican paper: Springfield, Aug. 17.--Gen. Rains issued an order soon after his arrival to seize all the Third Missouri, and eight or ten other officers who have been prisoners at Springfield, arrived here this morning. They were released on parole, subject, however,o belong to Ex-Gov. Wise's command. The Federal loss at the battle near Springfield. An official table of the Federal killed, wounded and missing, at the la the oath from them. It is expected that the officers still retained in Springfield will follow the privates in a few days. Designs of Gen. Lee. The Wh